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Adaptive Access Contextual Security for Application Delivery Networks

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The missing pieces of contextual security for application delivery networks include insufficient identity management; security implementations are unaware of applications/OS/device/access methods; …

The missing pieces of contextual security for application delivery networks include insufficient identity management; security implementations are unaware of applications/OS/device/access methods; security implementations aren�t integrated; SOA, gadgets and widgets; consolidation/virtualization (dynamic); NAC, NAP and trusted computing; and security is seen as a hindrance, not an enabler. Strengthen your security with behavioral based contextual security.

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  • 1. Adaptive Access p Contextual Security for Application Delivery Networks Peter Silva, Technical Marketing Manager - F5 Networks Bill P db Podborney, Di of I f Dir f Information S ti Security – Alli t Credit U i it Alliant C dit Union
  • 2. Adaptive Access p Behavioral Based Contextual Security for Application Delivery Networks
  • 3. Defense in Depth: A Heretic Speaks • Problems with DiD – “Slow Down” means Latency – Increased Complexity – Inefficient use of Resources – Improperly Deployed • Real World Impact – Slows New Technology Adoption – Not Easily Extensible – No Mandate for Integration